You'd never guess that this used to be an old GUESS outlet. The space at Stonestown Galleria in San Francisco has been transformed for the holiday season into the Ocean Beach Outpost, a collaboration between Indosole's Kyle Parsons and Hans Geiszler of Japhy Surf Co. The carefully curated marketplace was built in effort to bring local shopping back to the American mall, and features nearly 30 independent brands under one roof: Amos Goldbaum | Bedfellows Roasting Company | Bureo | Establish | Girl Chewing Gum Hook Fish Co. | Indosole | Japhy Surf Co. | LSTN Headphones | Mafia Bags | Nosotros | Pacific Shaving | San Franpsycho | Stoked Goods | Sunskis Sunglasses | Tahomemade Attire | Urban Barrels | Whitney Shelhamer | Yellow Leaf Hammocks ...and more! Open for business since November 25th, the Ocean Beach Outpost will be accessible until January 31st so go check it out! It's a great opportunity to find unique gifts made by thoughtful local brands. For more information visit the official FB page here. If you don't live in the area, please make sure to click the links to learn more about these amazing apparel, accessories and home ware brands.
Indosole is proud to announce a big step in our small backyard of San Francisco. We have grown our operation from the grassroots of a home based office and backyard shed, to a real-deal office/warehouse space in the heart of San Francisco's surf community. In partnership with San Franpsycho, we have opened a retail shop offering apparel, jewelry, accessories, and of course Indosole footwear. With 2500 sq. feet of workspace, we are also running our warehouse and HQ at this location. 3830 Noriega St. has been the long-time home of a Korean Church. The building itself holds a special charm and warmth that has changed hands to our handsome/beautiful crew and we have re-branded it as "The Church of Surf." Please stop by and say hi and pick up a San Franpsycho T-shirt and some new kicks!
To all those wave sliders in the Bay Area: Our good mates at Mollusk Surf Shop are showcasing a phenomenal gallery of classic Ocean Beach prints. It's definitely worth your time if you appreciate San Francisco's surf scene in the 60s and early 70s. Mollusk Surf Shop is located on Irving / 46th Ave. The picture below is a Seal Rock throw back.